Don Lee, long time Lake Champlain chapter of Trout Unlimited member, was recently recognized at the annual New York State Trout Unlimited Council’s’ meeting in Binghamton for his outstanding work in founding and directing the
Two dams standing between salmon and spawning habitat on New York’s lower Saranac River slated for removal
Two dams that stand between Atlantic salmon and upstream spawning habitat on the Saranac River, which flows into Lake Champlain, in Plattsburgh are coming down. The removal marks the culmination of years of collaboration among
In the Fall Lake Ontario Counties Trout and Salmon Derby held Aug. 18 to Sept. 4, Robert Karker, of Bridgeport, was the $25,000 Grand Prize winner after he reeled in a Chinook salmon that weighed
Arthur O’Mara of Moravia, N.Y., was fishing the Niagara Bar for king salmon the first weekend of the Lake Ontario Counties Trout and Salmon Derby in August with his buddy, Jeff Smith, of Pennsylvania. As
During most summers, trout stream anglers around New York worry about high stream temperatures and low water levels and the impact they can have on cold-water-loving trout.
That hasn’t been the case during the wet
It’s easy to understand why Great Lakes salmon and trout gravitate to the places where streams or rivers flow into the Great Lakes in late winter or early spring.
The lake’s water may be hovering near
The Tubmill Trout Club Unlimited recently completed yet another habitat project in its continuing efforts to restore Pennsylvania’s Tubmill Creek and its tributaries.
This year’s undertaking improved 2,500 feet of Hendricks Creek on the Peters
On Labor Day, a 53-year-old Minnesota angling record fell on Lake Superior. David Cichoscz, of Wabasha, Minn., caught a 10-pound, 14 ounce coho salmon on Lake Superior while aboard a Fish North MN charter captained
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s war on walleyes in Skaneateles Lake had its start in 2016 when anglers first began reporting catches of the tasty and popular game fish in the Finger